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Big Stone Gap Post (Newspaper) - September 11, 1918, Big Stone Gap, Virginia Peninsula a Enterprise John w. Edmonds editor and owner. Too Oman court House a entered at tha Post office at Accomac c. Va., As second class matter saturday August 14, 1909. Local news. Keller fair begins tuesday August 31st, and continues four Days. Or. R. T. Ames left monday for his annual sojourn the in White Mountain of new Hampshire. Miss Lucy Sanford of Orange va., is at Accomac o. H., the guest of miss Margaret Lilliston. Miss Nellie a it Ootton of Richmond is visiting the family of Rev. J. Green at Accomac c. The Salisbury College of business opens september 1. Those who have not enrolled should do so at once. Mrs. L. B. Boney was called to her former Home in North Carolina on monday by a serious Accident to her brother. Mrs. Sallie l. Gunter is at the Homo of or. Ben t. Gunter or. She arrived there from Hospital in Richmond last week. Or. James h. Fletcher jr., left thursday for Augusta Springs va., and will be absent from his of lace until 27th of this month. Misses Julia and Helen Wilkins of Bridgetown of late the guests of mrs. Lee b. Kellam Accomac c. H., returned Home on monday. The Central agricultural fair association of the coloured people will hold its eleventh annual fair at tas Ley on August 17, 18, 19, and 20. Mrs. Jeff Davis of Accomac c. H., left on wednesday of last week for a visit of several weeks to her daughter mrs. Douglas in Pittsburg a. At a revival meeting at Halls Chapel just closed in which the pastor was assisted by or. Frank Fisher there were sixteen converts. A festival will be held at Assa Waman Church on thursday August 19th, with lecture at night. Ice Cream confection Aries &c., will be for Sale. Rev. Ernest Hemming will preach at Chincoteague Baptist Church tomorrow sunday 15th., and in the afternoon of same Day at Atlantic Baptist Church. The dates of the Salisbury fair with wild West shows at night Are August 17, 18, 19 and 20 Bee advertisement on front Page of paper for full particulars. A closely contested game of base Ball is expected at Parksley to Day bet risen the Home team and Berlin 3 30 p. In the series being played by them each is a Winner. The first car of Sweet potatoes 202 barrels shipped from Nassawadox station this season was grown by Geo. Conner and bought by or. J. B. Savage of Weirwood a Darrel for every 149 sprouts. Or. And mrs. We. P. Bell and miss Ruth Tyler of Accomac and mrs. Will of Baltimore left thursday on an automobile tour in Maryland arriving at Princess Anne in the afternoon of that Day. A meeting will be held at Atlantic Baptist Church next wednesday August 19th, 3 p. M., for the purpose of Catling a pastor and attending to other business of importance. All members Are requested to be present. Miss Margaret Stewart accompanied by her sister miss Eva of Una cock is in Washington on a sight seeing trip before resuming school work. Miss Katheryn Stewart and sister Eloise Are with friends on Baxis. Scott a livery stable property and two other valuable lots will he sold by Juo. S. Parsons trustee on saturday August 14th, 1999, at 2 30 of clock p. M., in front of the courthouse of this county. For terms amp a. See posters. N. B. Wescott special commissioner will sell at Public auction at Onley on saturday August 14th, 2 30 p. M., a certain House and lot in said Village of Onley the late family residence of Francis w. Battaile deceased. For particulars see posters. Messes. Fred e. Ruediger and Douglas Milliner misses Emma Mel son and Bessie Fowler and Little Winifred Taylor heretofore reported As sick with typhoid fever at Accomac u. H., Are improving and their Early recovery now expected. The annual fair of the Guilford methodist Church will be held on the grounds at said Church on wednesday september 8th, or on thursday if weather is inclement on Day named. Supper and the usual refreshments will be served. New advertisements in this Issue of the paper r. L. Shield amp co clearance Sale w. S. Dickinson amp Sony clearance Sale a. F. Mears barrels and merchandise at Cut prices order of publication Warner Ames the first National Bank of Onancock is. We. And Effle Conrades. By order of the Board of directors All local divisions of the Eastern Shore of Virginia produce Exchange will meet at their respective Points on saturday August 14th,at 3 of clock p. M., to place their orders for such seed Irish potatoes As they May de Bire the Exchange to Purchase for them. The Accomac Baptist association in session at Mode town this week was Well attended and the delegates and visitors were delightfully entertained at the Homes of the people in the town and Vicinity. All of the old officers were re elected. The association will meet with Zion Baptist Oliuch next year. Mrs. J. W. Reams a sunday school worker in the Accomac Baptist association will be at the Baptist Church of Onancock on saturday night to Confer with the sunday school teachers As to the development of Sabbath school work in the association. All sunday school workers Are requested to be present. The office of farm management United states department of agriculture Washington d. C., has now ready for distribution a circular giving a detailed discussion of the wild onion problem and outlining a plan whereby the pest can be exterminated. This circular will be sent free to any person requesting it. The members of Drummond town methodist Church will have their annual picnic at Burton a Shore on wednesday afternoon August 26th, 1909. There will be refreshments and supper for Sale and launches will be on hand to take those out on the water who wish to go. The Public is cordially invited to be present and spend one of the Ples Anteby afternoons of the season. Last and est neighbourhood . 31 to Una cock. Mrs. Catherine Byrd is visiting the misses Bishop of Snow Hill my. Or. Edward Emory of new York is at the Home of or. E. F. Warren miss Constance s. Taylor left wednesday to visit friends in Frederick. . Mrs. G. S. Williams and Little miss Mary Hamilton Williams Are at Ocean City. Horace the infant son of or. Horace Wiltbank has been dangerously ill for several Days. Or. Charles s. Waples of Baltimore is visiting relatives and friends in the county. Messes. Marks and son of Baltimore have bought the Gas Plant and Are improving it. Mrs. Joseph l. Oali All is at a sans Souci a the guest of her . B. K. Powell. Miss Eglantine Horsey of Horsey va., was recently the Gusst of miss Bertie Lee Waples. Miss of. A. Langsdale and miss N. Groton left wednesday for a Mouth at Orkney Springs. Very enjoyable dances were Given at in Oplius Hall wednesday and thursday evenings. Miss Pansy Wilkins is Home from a two months visit to relatives in new York and Delaware. Miss Fannie Fitchett of Cape Charles is visiting her sister mrs. George Lee Fosque. Miss Bessie and Normal Woodward of Richmond Are at the Home of mrs. John s. Waples. Rev. J. T. O. Heath of Cape Charles is spending his vacation with his parents on Kerr st. Miss Millye Glick and her cousins misses Kline and Israel spent the week in Pocomoke City. Mrs. W. W. Woodward and children of Hampton Are the guests of capt. Samuel t. Waples. r. T. Murray Scott of returned Home alter a visit to hib sister mrs. E. 0. F. Custis. Mrs. O. R. Nelson and daughter miss Myrtle of new York Are House guests of mrs. L. J. Harmanson. Miss Charlotte Fitchett of Baltimore is the guest of her cousins misses Mary and Helen Warren. Or. Luther Nottingham of East Ville spent several Days this week with his brother or. A. Nottingham. Miss Annie Doughty teacher in the Pennsylvania state Normal is at the Home of her father or William j. Doughty. Or. And mrs. E. O. F. Custis entertained Friday evening in Honor of their Niece miss Elizabeth c. Powell. Or. And mrs. R. L. Shield or. And mrs. O. L. Parker or. And mrs. E. O. F. Custis and or. S. Pitts spent this week on Cedar Island. Miss Sadie e. Fletcher and guest mi6s Matt Felt of me. Washington spent this week with mrs. Thomas h. B. Corbin of Jenkins Bridge. Misses Mary Warren Lillian Mcgrath Susanne Lankford and Noia Mears have returned from Charlottesville where they attended the school of methods. Or. L. R. Doughty has awarded the contract for a two Story dwelling near Point of Forks. is also making extensive improvements on his farm in Bradford neck. Or. George Parker and sister miss Sarah who have been visiting or. And mrs. O. L. Parker have returned to Home in Baltimore. They were accompanied by miss Catherine a. Parker. Mrs. Margaret a. Powell relict of George w. Powell died at the residence of her son saturday night of a complication of diseases following pneumonia aged 75 years. Funeral services were held at her Home Kerr place wednesday and burial was made in the family lot in Onancock cemetery. She is survived by live children or. J. T. Powell of Baltimore or. Frederick a. Powell of Sioux City Iowa or. Oscar l. Powell of Onancock mrs. W. L. Hale of North Attleboro mass., and mrs. S. Upshur Hopkins of Portland Oregon. Mrs. Powell had resided in the town for Unity years or More and was Well known. Quiet and unassuming in manner charitable in thought As Well As purse she had Long enjoyed the respect and esteem of the Community. Craddockville. Miss Milan Beach of Concord is the guest of miss Elizabeth Bull. Or. And mrs. Inlet of Newport news Are visiting the latter a Uncle or. Henry t. Martin. Miss Helen Creamer of Norfolk is spending the week with her sister miss Mildred Creamer of Davis wharf. Or. . S. Ashby and family or. Arthur Martin and family of Baltimore Are visiting relatives in this neighbourhood. Or. Raymond n. Speigner who has been Oil a visit to or. A. Wise for the past two weeks left for his Home in Jonesville on wednesday. Or. Palmer st. Clair asst. Supt. Mathieson Alkali works Smyth oo., va., is taking the a rest cure at the Home of or. E. S. Wise. The rosebuds will give a picnic at Davis wharf on the afternoon of August i8th. Everyone is cordially invited to come and help a Good cause. Or. A. Wise or. Raymond n. Speigner of Jonesville s. C., and or. Palmer st. Chair of saltville.va., spent monday and tuesday on Cedar Island. The 1910 a famous Ford cars Are being delivered now. The Onancock automobile co. Has two of those in Stock More coming. If you intend to get a car do not delay placing your order the prices will be materially advanced shortly on these and other cars sold now at reasonable prices. This is not to scare you into an Early Purchase but a timely warn ing of the fact. The Ford is the Winner of the race and insurance test from new York to . The car that lasts the longest and Cost the least while it . Or. E. W. Purnell and others of Philadelphia Are on their annual trip to Tomb Cove. Mrs. John Thornton of Philadelphia has moved Here and will open a boarding House. Or. Jay Smith took his father or. J. W. Smith to Kellam Hospital Richmond this week. Our town is Well filled with City and country cousins and in evenings it Lias a City appearance. Or. John Lyric ghee and family who moved to Delaware some years ago have returned and purchased a Home at this place. Or. Elmer Thornton has resigned his clerkship with wheat of amp co., and or. John r. Lank of Millsboro is his successor. The Inlet which was opened up file Beach from this Bay a few Days ago at a expense of $12,000 or More was closed by the North easter last week. Or. W. J. Whealton is supplying our Market with second crop of strawberries As Fine and firm As Ever seen and Selling them readily at 25 cents per quart. Or. John w. Warren and family have move Here from Denton. ., and it is reported that he will open general store and his wife a millinery establishment. Mrs. Louisa Richardson died on the gthinst., aged 89 years. She came Here from Snow Hill 6 years ago. Two daughters mrs. Hales of Snow Hill and mrs. this place survive her. Schooner Mollitt and Cullen loaded Here this week with Cord Wood and Schooner Alberta with piling for new York Schooner Lecato arrived with Fine Stone for our streets schooners Scarborough and Cramer with Coal. Schooner Bennett with melons. Miss Virgie Cape Charles or. And mrs. K. Smith and son of Philadelphia mrs. Mattie King of Washington or. Charles Taylor and family of Capeville Are visiting friends Here mrs. R. S. Swift and mrs. Thos. B. Corbin of Oak Hall Are sojourners at the Atlantic hotel miss Della Booth is with friends in Philadelphia mrs. W. Purnell and son Are on a business trip to Cambridge my. Arrivals at Atlantic hotel this week E. Selby w. E. Davis b. E. Gil Lis w. Edmonds wife and daughter Baltimore r. W. Purnell h. F. Pitman w. A. Webb f. U. Hall or. And mrs. F. Colton Philadelphia j. P. Griffith w. E. Moore Allen t. Selby Wilmington j. Nutter Ashland by. J. S. Landis n. K. Fox Washington d. 0. K. Gordy J. Mount Snow Hill j. S. Parson and wife Ridley a. J. R. Lank Millboro a. Gough Dover d. S. Collius Milford j. Bloxom Accomac. Mappsville. Out horsemen report a bad Streak of Luck at both fairs. Or. W. F. Gillespie ill of late with typhoid fever is better now. Or. Outen of Northampton was the guest of or. B. S. Bloxom during the fair. Mappsville Baptist Church is looking spick and Span in its Fine new feathers. This place went Strong for Tucker but we sent the rabbits foot to the judge in time. Or. George t. Gillespie was taken1 to Hospital in Salisbury sunday night. remains very ill. Mrs. Bettie Wimbrough of Baltimore is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. J. Smith. Or. And mrs. John l. Warren and son of Pungoteague Are the guests of mrs. George w. Gillespie. Mrs. Mollie Rayfield and Niece miss Vashti Bright Are spending the summer in Boulder Colorado. Our Farmers report Sweet potatoes As too Small to dig at this time which is much later than usual. Or. Reginald Godwin of Wilmington del., left for his Home this week after visiting1 or. B. 8, Bloxom of this town. Or. And mrs. John l. Rayfield returned several Days ago from quite a extended stay in the Western part of Maryland. Any friends having social items for publication will please leave same with Bloxom amp bro., who will deliver them to Mappsville correspondent. Belle Haven. Miss Irene Duer returned Home last week from Baltimore. Mrs. Mary s. Holt spent sunday at Ocean View and old Point. Miss Lola Ward of Baltimore is with her aunt mrs. Geo. O. Walker. Miss Evelyn Rowley of Portsmouth is the guest of her grandmother mrs. Evaline Duncan. Or. T. Kelley and wife of Hall Wood spent sunday with the former a brother b. P. Kelley. Mrs. J. W. Custis and children of Onancock were guests of mrs. S. P. Ward on Lee Street last week. Or. And mrs. Geo. E. Harris and daughter miss Lillian of Baltimore Are guests of mrs. N. U. Smith. Mrs. Stella Smith with her two children of Wilmington del., Are paying an annual visit to her father and Mother or. And mrs. Morley. Or. Carl v. Willis and daughter Virginia of Wachapreague spent sunday with or. John b. Willis in town miss Virginia remaining for the week. On sunday evening August 1, 1909, at the methodist parsonage miss Annie Chambers daughter of or. Edward w. Chambers became the wife of or. Stanley Hall. The Happy Young couple have taken up life in real Earnest residing in Bells neck for the present. V All porch furniture and screens reduced. See our add in this Issue. R. L. Shield amp co. Shingles Simmans no. 1, five and six in., heart shingles. Prices reasonable. T. S. Hopkins amp co. Read r. L. Shield amp cons Clearing Sale add. In this Issue August 14 to 21st. Just received a car Load Nice Florida shingles which we Are offering at Rock Bottom prices. Several different sizes in Stock. Call or write to us for prices which shall have our immediate attention before buying elsewhere. Lilliston amp Nock Tasley a. Onley. Ground was broken last monday by Furniss amp pilchard contractors for the new Exchange building at this place. Or. L. Killman has been transferred from his former position Here to that of agent at the new station of Greenbush. Miss Beatrice j ones of Chincoteague who has been visiting mrs. Herman Watson the past week has returned Home. Mrs. Charlie r. Waters gave a delightful Lawn party wednesday night of this week to miss Itasca Hill of wymans Texas. Or. 0. A. Tull our popular assistant Railroad agent left for Warren county va., this week to visit a dear Friend of his there. The Onley r. R. Station Here recently completed will be occupied by or. J. Beachboard agent and his assistants Early next week. Or. O. Bloxom of the s. A. L. Railway Portsmouth and or. S. R. Bloxom Norfolk Are sojourning on the Eastern Shore for a few Days. Or. John w. Hutchinson commission merchant of new York and wife have spent the past two weeks with his brother or. Thomas Hutchinson of this town. Or. We. Richardson of Baltimore or. Lionel Stevenson of Norfolk mrs. Peari Phillips of hog Island miss Jessie Tull of Greenbackville and miss Lillian Topping of Shinco Teague of late have been guests of friends in town. Miss Manie James of Brooklyn n. Y., is visiting her Cousin. Miss Lola Bull. Her father or. Wilbur James after a pleasant sojourn with his wife among old friends and relatives in Accomac returned Home to new York last Friday. Miss Lillian Savage after a very pleasant visit of several weeks to miss Dacia Bailey in the monumental City returned to her Home Here last week miss Bailey accompanying her and will spend several weeks with her before returning Home. Parksley. Misses a. May and Mildred Johnson Are at the White Sulphur Springs w. A. Or. Fid Ward Baum wife Aud child of Washington Are at the Home of or w. J. Lilliston. Or. W. K. Dever of Washington is spending his vacation at tiie Home of or. T. Mason. Or. And mrs. Robert 8eiiiell, of Philadelphia Are on a visit Here at the Home of their brother or. 0. L. Dukes. Miss Lena Johnson Lias returned from a months stay in Boston where she attended the summer Courso in elocution at Emerson College. Or. A. I Platt and daughters misses Virginia Aud Amy Piatt of Hazleton pa., have been Here several Days with his son or. 0. P. Platt. Recent games of base Ball resulted As follows saturday gape Charles at Parksley in favor of gape Charles 1 to 0 monday Parksley at Oris Iteld in favor of Parksley 4 to 0 tuesday or Isfeld at Parksley in favor of Parksley 14to0 wednesday Parksley at Berlin in favor of Berlin 1 to 0. Wachapreague. Miss Virginia Willis is visiting friends in Belle Haven. Or. Ray w. Gibbons is spending the week in Pocomoke my. Miss Maude Smith is quite ill with typhoid fever at this writing. Or. And mrs. Carl Wilroy anal son of Norfolk Are visiting mrs. Thomas Fosque. Rev. S. Otto Wright is spending his vacation in Richmond Lynchburg and Baltimore. Mrs. A. G. Mears who was operated on for appendicitis about two weeks ago is improving now. The citizens of our town were very much grieved to hear of the death of or. We. Roach who was Well known Here. Mrs. A. Scarborough and miss Ruth Andrews have returned Home from Washington d. 0., and other Points. Miss Effie Milligan after spending two weeks with miss Margaret Stiles has returned to. Her Home in Cane Charles. Miss Daisy Brittingham has returned Home from an extended trip to la Junta Pueblo Colorado Springs and Chicago. Among those visiting in town Are mrs. Gordon Savage and children or. And mrs. L. Burton or. Warren j. Gore miss Nellie Mcfarlane mrs. Nellie Wallace and daughters or. And mrs. Giles and children All of Philadelphia mrs. Brown and miss Nellie Mcfarlane of Wilkes Barre pa., miss Emma Collins of Princess Anne md., or. And mrs. G. W. Davis and sons of Baltimore md., or. E. T. Edmonds and miss Elizabeth Edmonds of Hinton w. Va., or. John b. Edmonds of Norfolk or. J. B. Brittingham of Light ship no. 80, or. And mrs. Cottrell of Richmond mrs. Jos. L. Savage of Fredericksburg va., misses Beth Agathoin and miss Elya Hutchinson of Harborton. Melfa. Or. J. R. Phillips representing s. B. Downes amp co., has just arrived Home from the South. Mrs. L. F. Guy and mrs. G. W. Guy spent a pleasant Day this week with friends at Hailwood a. The savings department of the Melfa banking co., inc.,is now ready for business and 3 per cent allowed on time deposits. The contract for the Bank building at this place has been awarded to or. B. Pilchard of Pocomoke City my. An up to Date building will be erected. Misses Lillian Pelote and Mildred Simcoe of Portsmouth Ida Twiddy of Norfolk Ruth Watson and Thompson of Bridgetown visited friends at Melfa and Vicinity this week. One of our prominent citizens although not a member of base Ball club who accidentally lost his hat on his Way from Norfolk recently made the Best a Home run of the season on arrival at this station. Pastoria. Messes. George j. Parks and Frank of Rouke of Wilmington j. Rutter and Thomas Bokser of Chester Are visiting the Home of or. And. Mrs. John e. Parks of Pastoria. A Beach party was Given them last w Ednes Day by or. Geo. Parks. A Hay ride was Given Down Whites neck on tuesday night in Honor of or. George j. Parks. Those in attendance were or. Thomas Bowker of Chester or. Frank of Rouke and Geo. Parks of Wilmington misses Margaret and t. Johnson mrs. John e. Parks and misses Leila and Emma Meo ready of Pastoria. All seemed to have spent a very pleasant evening. If you want to grow and fatten your hogs Quick feed them on our Good Rich middling that we buy in car lots and sail at a very Low Price. Parksley mfg. ., Parksley a. Clearing out Sale during the month of August we will sell our entire line of ready made clothing dry goods notions shoes and Straw hats at special Low prices. On summer dress goods we will offer some great bargains. We want to reduce our Stock before getting in fall goods. If you want goods you will find it to your interest to Call on us. Johnson amp son Parksley a. Appointment of teachers. Lee District. Accomac Jno. J. Noel principal miss Susie c. Lecato 1st. Assistant miss Mamie Mcmath 2d miss Mai Cie l. Duncan 3d miss Daisy c. Ayres 4th miss h. B. Higgins Atli. Cashville a. A. P. Strang principal miss Bessie s. Taylor 1st reason Boggs 2d miss Virginia Warren 3d. Onley Jame it u. Nock principal miss Virginia Nelson 1st assistant miss Susannah Lankford 2d. Melia and fair Oaks principal to be appointed miss Eula Rogers 1st. Assistant miss Ruth Young 2d when needed. Locustville a. L. Strickland principal miss r. T. Elliott assistant. A Savag Eviller mibs Nellie Burton. Grape miss Eudie Parks. Bout Side Cheston Sessix a miss Elsie Stewart. Waples Gate miss sue w. Chandler. Finney Gate miss Elva Hutchinson. Daugherty miss Mary Warren. Coloured. Bayside Sarah Coard. Savag Evilier Geo. E. Blair. Accomac Peter e. Wharton. Daugherty Mary a. Cooke. Burtons Daisey b. Floyd. Cashville Leone w right. Motor skin District. Parksley Jos. Bhue principal miss c. Johnson 1st assistant miss Hilda Ewell 2d miss a. May Johnson 3d miss Susie Rogers 4ch. Hunting Creek a. B. Brittingham principal a miss Della Taylor 1st assistant miss Florence e. Parks 2d. Mears Villez Ernest Ruediger principal miss Winnie Wessells assistant. It Bloxom Ralph Hoffman principal miss Bernice Fitzgerald 1st assistant miss Beulah Mason 2d. Hopeton miss e. May Mason. Mappsville a. E. Colona principal miss l. W. Gillespie assistant. Modes town miss Pearl Mcmath principal miss Maggie Burton assistant. Matthews miss Margie l. Read principal miss Laura Hopkins assistant. Zion miss Georgie Bloxom principal miss Cynthia Chandler assistant. Guilford Earle Doughty principal miss Winnie Parks assistant. Coloured. Whitesville a. E. Davis. Tompkins Lottie s. Davis. Bioko my Nettie Manior. Mappsville Bessie b. Harris. Roy d. White clerk. Island District. Chincoteague High school�?0. E. Hunter principal miss Mary p. Smith 1 st assistant miss Gladys Matthews 2d miss Luella Burton 3d miss Meta Davis,4thmiss Eudie Jones 5th miss Alice Burton 6th1 mrs. Gay Ames 7th miss Georgie Tracey music department. Up the Island miss Julia Bowden. Down the Island miss Mollie stiffens. Assa Teague miss Jessie Scott. Coloured to be supplied. W. J. Matthews clerk. Deaths. Or. William w. Roach merchant of Accomac 0. H., whose fair dealings Aud Well known integrity had won for him the respect and esteem of All the people of the town and Vicinity died monday of typhoid fever aged 51 years. Funeral services were held Over his remains at st. James episcopal Church and interment made in Edge Hill cemetery on wednesday Rev. J. R. Taylor the Rector of the Church conducting a the services. Hie wife pne daughter miss Sallie Roach and three sons William Ralph and John Roach survive him. Or. Joseph s. Waterfield a worthy and highly esteemed citizen died tuesday at. His Home near Pungoteague of paralysis aged about 75 years. After funeral services on wednesday conducted by his pastor Rev. J. Holloway of the methodist Church his body was Laid to rest in cemetery at hollies Baptist Church business notices. Notice if there Are any outstanding accounts against Sloop Annie m., hailing from Cape Charles but recently purchased by s p. Simmons sr., Irvington va., Holder or holders of same will please present them with proper vouchers to purchaser within next 30 Days. Notice to All persons desiring to submit bids for the furnishing of Coal for the schools of me Tompkin magisterial District. The Coal to be first Elass stove two tons for each teacher with privilege to said Board to have additional Coal needed name kind to to ordered by the clerk for contract Price All bids to he in on or before August the 23d, 1909. 9 a. The Board reserves the right to reject any and All bids 2240 lbs. To constitute a ton and Coal to be delivered at the schools. Roy d. White clerk. For rent storehouse and dwelling at Franklin City va., at present occupied by messes. P. W. Reed amp sons. This is an exceptional Opportunity for anyone wishing to engage in the mercantile business. John f. Powell amp son. Franklin City a. For Sale on easy terms a Complete set of blacksmiths tools. Apply to e. Warner Atlantic a. For Sale two year old Colt broke to buggy. reason for Selling have no use for same. For particulars apply to Charles f. Russell Greenbush a. For Sale Seaside farm known As Wiliarts Point farm. Water front Oyster ground attached Fine High trucking land about 160 acres. For further particulars apply to s. Wilkins Matthews Oak Hall a. For rent Small farm near Onley a. A. G. Kelley Onancock. Notice All persons Are hereby forewarned from hauling or passing Over my farm near Onley occupied by the Bradford Brothers under penalty of a prosecution to the full extent of Law. We. E. Mapp wanted to buy for Cash a tract of Timber measuring 18 to 30 inches across the stump. The tract must Cut at least 500,000 feet. Address letter giving full particulars to Box a a a a Onancock a. Bids will be received by the Lee District school Board up until noon of August 19bh, for conveying the school children from Baylyn a neck to Accomac High school for the session 1909 and 1910. Bidder Mast describe vehicle he expects to use and name Driver. The same Day bids will be received for Coal by the said Board for session 1909-1910, stove Coal 2,240 pounds to the ton. Right reserved to reject any and All bids. E. T. Koenig clerk. For Sale one Yoke of Good oxen a and want to buy Well bred Colt one year old last Spring. T. I. Martin Miona a. For rent for year 1910 two horse farm in Good condition with Good in tidings on same where Northam boys reside. Thomas Gardner Accomac a. Notice�?1 have about seventy five sheep and lambs for Sale. L. Warren Jenkins Bridge a. Housekeepers companion the Cook Book of the late miss Bessie Gunter can now be furnished to All who wish to Purchase same for the sum of $1.25, either by mail or otherwise the Advance in Price is due to . Use of Cost in binding. Every Dollar received for the books after deducting expenses will be used for Church purposes. Mrs. John w. Edmonds. Notice a persons Are hereby forewarned from hauling Over or trespassing on either Side of my farm known As the Alexander Lewis farm now belonging to the undersigned his widow under penalty of a prosecution. Mrs. Margaret r. Lewis Leemont a. Lots for Sale at Lecato station Oak Hall a. Jno. S. Parsons Accomac a. Ladies we have secured the Agency for the Well known Standard sewing machine one of the Best makes in the world. We can sell you from our store for $33.25 the Standard grand notary shuttle. No Wagon Many a expenses to . The Wagon Man will charge Yon $60.00 for the same machine As he has charged others. We also = have the Standard vibrating shuttles for less Money on hand All the time. Parksley my Fig. ., Parksley a. For boats to Cedar Island and meals at Wachapreague and Cedar Island make engagements in Advance when possible. A. G. Mears. Bicycles the Best makes in u. S. A., Viz the recycles for Sale at right prices. Ask for catalogue. We sell More than All other dealers in this county because we have the right kind. It is now time for bathing suits we have them. Bloxom bros., Mappsville a. Just received a car Load of Blacksmith Coal. Lilliston amp Nock. Tasley va., for rent for year 1910 one horse farm in Harborton with Good buildings. W. L. Adams Harborton a. For Sale three Good work mules cheap for Cash. Apply to Hutchinson bros., Onley a. For rent for year 1910 my House and lot at Accomac 0. H., now occupied by mrs. Watkinson. For terms apply to mrs. Ida Ailworth. Farm for rent the Large farm belonging to the estate of w. J. Mapp deceased known As Downing Sivile immediately adjoining exr Nore. Two tenant houses and ample barns and stables. Apply to mrs. E. P. Map Exmore a. For rent for year 1910 two horse farm in Hacks necks with Good buildings thereon. S k. Martin Harborton a. For sale�?500,000 Pine Staves 100,000 Pine Heads 100,000 plastering laths. A. J. Lilliston Accomac a. Notice houses moved by Day or contract at any Point in Accomac or Northampton on reasonable terms by the undersigned. Prompt attention Given to All Calls by letter or phone at my Home. G. T. Groton Parksley a. Cemetery lots for Sale Greenwood cemetery inc., w. L. Nock president w. Pruitt jr., Secretary and treasurer. Apply to Jos. Jones manager a. S. Dickinson amp son announce their summer clearance Sale beginning monday August 23d, at 8 of clock a. And ending saturday August 28th, at 10 of clock . This Sale lasts but one week Only and Means a saving on a Good Many articles that you have either a present or future need for. The quantities Are limited but by coming Early you will have the Choice. Bargains in nearly every department. All remnants Odds and ends broken lots at greatly reduced prices. Also some special Cut prices on our summer underwear Linen suits lawns. not forget the Date August 23d to August 28th. Cash . S. Dickinson # son Pocomoke City a a Maryland. Just received Large assortment imported China which we offer at bargain prices in sets or broken lots to us h finish Gingham 25 cent values tor 19 cents. Our line dry goods notions ladies oxfords and shoes misses and childrens oxfords and shoes gents furnishing goods matting in Fibre China and japanese rugs harness furniture stoves boat fittings etc., Complete. See on bargain tables and special tables from 5 to 69 cents. A. G. A tears Wachapreague six Standard sewing machines drop head rotary shuttle slightly used regular �60.00 machines a big bargain for only$18.00. A lot of Odd sizes Weber Bros famous High Grade $3.50 and �4.00 shoes which we Are closing out at$2.50. Real bargains at this Belle Haven furniture co., Belle Haven. Correct clothing for men boys and children. You notice How Dressy stylish distinguished some men always look ? do you know How they do it ? Well Tell you they buy Here. We want you this week to examine our line and if you have not bought you will find that you can save Money by doing so now. We have an attractive lot not freakish but stylish Snappy clothes that Are built for Long . S. Mills. Clothier and furnished Onancock Clearing Sale. From saturday aug. 14 to saturday aug. 21st, we will dispose of All our summer goods at greatly reduced prices. Among other things we Are offering will be 360 pair ladies misses and childrens oxfords representing All sizes and widths in Black and Tan of our. Newest and Best Selling numbers. All lawns silk mulls summer underwear Wash skirts summer arturs menus Straw and Panama hats and summer clothing. In fact everything in summer Wear that space will not allow us to mention. Visit our store during this Sale and see for yourself what big reductions we Are offering. R. L. Shield amp co., Onancock a. Western Maryland College Westminster Maryland Rev. T. Lewis d. D., la. D., predent. A High Grade College with Low rates $225 a year for Board famished room and tuition. Three courses leading to degree of a. B. Classical scientific historical and a course in pedagogy entitling graduates to teach in Maryland without examination. Preparatory school for those not ready for year opens wednesday sept. 15, 1909

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